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Manfrotto 035RL Super Clamp with 2908 Standard Stud - Replaces 2900 - Black

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  • Clamps securely to many items
  • Built in Socket allows use of a wide variety of attachments
  • Black finish to reduce reflection
  • Rugged Construction
  • Securely attaches to round and flat surfaces
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  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0018LQVIA
  • Item model number: 035RL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (108 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 18, 2005

Product Description

From the Manufacturer


The original Super Clamp that has thousands of uses. No camera bag should be without one. The Super Clamp holds just about everything: cameras, lights, umbrellas, hooks, shelves, plate glass, cross bars, even other Super Clamps! And they hold these items to just about everything: poles, posts, tripod legs, pipes, doors, stands, and beams - virtually any support you can get the Super Clamps wide jaws around.

The Manfrotto Super Clamp comes with a black wedge to allow you to mount it to any flat or squared surface (like a table).

Technical Specs:


Attachment
16mm hexagonal + M5& 1/4" threads attachment type


Clamp Range - Max. (Round Tube)
2.17 in


Clamp Range - Min. (Round Tube) 0.51 in


Material Aluminum

Load Capacity 15 kg • 33.07 lbs

Weight 0.41 kg • 0.9 lbs

Product Description

The original Super Clamp that has thousands of uses. No camera bag should be without one. The Super Clamp holds just about everything: cameras, lights, umbrellas, hooks, shelves, plate glass, cross bars, even other Super Clamps! And they hold these items to just about everything: poles, posts, tripod legs, pipes, doors, stands, and beams - virtually any support you can get the Super Clamps wide jaws around. This clamp replaces the Manfrotto 2900.

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Customer Reviews

Excellent product and very well made.
Gary Taylor
So versatile i can clamp it to anything and use the flex arm for flash or even my dslr.
Shamim Aqil
I would buy more and willing to spend a little more for manfrotto! :)
tung chui

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By C. Bright on November 6, 2009
This clamp is a remarkably versatile and powerful tool. I'm not a photographer, I'm handicapped and was searching for a trustworthy way to mount my optics and cameras to my mobility scooter and this unit is ideal for these and many other purposes. It is dynamically sturdy, extremely useful in dozens of applications, and is small enough to keep in any gear bag.

Do not hesitate, this clamp will do everything you expect it to do and will neatly complement all your devices.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By M. Heltsley on September 17, 2009
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it is what it is. And it is a big heavy duty clamp with all sorts of applications. it is really good at clamping and staying securely clamped. It is also really good at holding heavy things, either by clamping them or by attaching to the various connection points or adapters. If you need a clamp and it needs to hold a bigger flash head, or a monoblock flash, or an SLR sized camera especially with a larger lens, then this is your clamp. If you don't need those things than this may be overkill and likely to heavy to be of real use to most photogs who value size and weight savings in their gear (and we all do).
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Stgovilla on October 9, 2009
Sturdy, high quality components. Is like a screwdriver, you can use it in many ways. I bought this product with a flash shoe adapter (from Stroboframe). I can use it with my flash to get macro pictures; put it in my mountain bike with a video camera and film the downhill fun, put my camera in a tree or in a window and with my remote shutter get incredible pictures . I will buy another in my next purchase.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Victor on February 18, 2010
I have used these things since 1993. I have a bucket of them for various rigs of one sort or another. They simply work and are engineered flawlessly.
I tried the knock-off brand, comes close, but this is still the one i rely on day-in and day-out. Definitely worth the price when it comes to my gear teetering 50 feet off of the ground.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Marty in Lousiana on December 2, 2012
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If you don't have one of these and you occassionally find yourself looking for a place to put a flash or your camera somewhere where a light stand or tripod isn't practical, then you should try this clamp. It has huge jaws that will clamp to the edge of a 2x4 or bigger down to bery thin material if necessary. The v-shaped jaw also allows it to clamp effectively to almost any round pipe -- but be careful that you don't crank it down so tight that you collapse one of your light-stand shafts.
Difficult to figure out (and un-documented in paper that comes wtih the clamp) is a small plastic wedge-shaped "filler" device that can be secured in the "V" of the jaw in order to make plug the V and make one side of the jaw flat. That actually helps the devide grab more firmly to a shelf or wall of a cabinet when there's not enough room to slide the clamp all the way onto the shelf (all the way back to the hinge side of the jaw). The wedge is stored out-of-the-way at the base of the smaller t-shaped knob.
That standard stud is the key piece of the clamp and is what you'll mount any kind of ballhead or just a flash hotshoe. The stud is also secured into it's slot on the edge of the clamp using that smaller t-shaped knob. One end has threaded male tip that fits a hotshoe and the other end is slightly larger and fits the sometime larger opening of a ballhead mount -- like the bolt on top of your tripod. Other Manfrotto studs will also fit the same slot where this stud mounts, but they'll need to be any of the studs that have a hexagonal base (not one of the round ones).
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Chris on February 24, 2014
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Let me start with the Super Clamp. I love this thing!! The ability to turn almost anything into a tripod or light holder is amazing.

The only thing holding me back from giving this 5 starts is the standard stud that comes with it. I was tightening my tripod head onto the screw and it just broke off. Eventually I got the 3/8" version instead of the 1/4" and that worked much better.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Thomas L. Ramsey on July 13, 2013
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The clamp is an exceptional tool to be able to mount a camera in odd places. The "standard" stud that comes with it is pretty useless for using a camera but I'm sure can be useful for holding other gear or attaching to other devices. Since I'm using it for a camera mount that's where this short review is going. With the optional short stud you can mount a small camera directly to the Super Clamp or mount a ball head and use it with a DSLR. I have put the Super Clamp on a bicycle and mounted a Pentax Q directly to the clamp. I have clamped the Super Clamp with ball head and Pentax K-30 onto a stadium seat where I could not tale a tripod, and it worked great. The clamp and ball head together is not tiny, but it'a a lot smaller than a tripod, a=nd certainly more stable than a lot of travel tripods, it can easily fit in a bag or large pocket.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Brian on April 18, 2011
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I didn't realize how useful this is until I bought one... now I use it all the time! e.g. mounting other flashes and small softboxes to my light stands (for a mid-height light), backdrop stands (hair light), doors, tables, portable clothing racks, park benches, etc.

It's very tough and locks down tight even onto round objects with the rubberized triangle opening. I feel much more comfortable knowing my lights are "secure" in place with the Super Clamp!
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